We are human. We are imperfect. We have a fabulous side that makes our loved ones love us, and we have a not-so-fabulous side to us that rubs people who dislike us the wrong way for that reason.
There’s sulz the friendly, sweet, nice, intelligent, cheeky, and there’s sulz the insecure, self-deprecating, neurotic, irrational, pessimistic. People definitely like the former sulz more than the latter sulz, naturally.
So sulz tries hard to bring out the good sulz and suppress the bad sulz, because people love the good sulz more. People also always advise sulz to lose the bad sulz because sometimes the bad sulz brings the good sulz down. The bad sulz overpowers the good sulz and eats away at the good sulz.
But maybe the bad sulz plays an important role in moulding the good sulz and ultimately sulz as a whole. Because when the bad sulz misbehaves, the good sulz comes out even more to make up for the bad sulz. In a way, the bad sulz helps the good sulz to become an even better sulz. Perhaps without the bad sulz, there isn’t the good sulz.
Is the bad sulz a part of sulz? Or is the bad sulz something sulz should do her best to eliminate, so that the good sulz can shine through?
Self-acceptance or self-improvement? Or a little bit of both?
Haha, all this sulz talk sounds like a bad spam post, doesn’t it? By the way, how do you read the name sulz? [sools] or [saalz]?